Wine Spectator 91 points - Sleek and sassy, with floral raspberry and pepper aromas and elegantly layered flavors of cherry, cinnamon and fresh anise. Drink now through 2021. 3,000 cases made.
(Apr 30 2015)
In 1957, our family purchased 56 acres in the heart of Dry Creek Valley. Since the early 1900s, our fathers had purchased fruit from growers in this Valley and recognized the area's great potential for Zinfandel. Here, late afternoon coastal cooling follows long hours of sunshine and enables the fruit to mature slowly during the summer months.
Cortina, the dominant soil type of our vineyard, is a gravelly loam that contributes to Dry Creek Valley's reputation as one of the finest places in the world to grow Zinfandel.
|Begun in 1895 by your great grandparents, Edoardo and Angela Seghesio, Seghesio Family Vineyards is a collection of sustainably farmed estate vineyards in Sonoma County, hand-tended by our family for four generations.